Nintendo Switch News: Fans are amazed by the stealth release of the 90s cult classic

Nintendo Switch News: Fans are amazed by the stealth release of the 90s cult classic

Nintendo Switch News : March 12, 2022

Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, and Nintendo Switch OLED users were surprised by a new stealth version that kids of the 90s won’t need any introduction. The 90s were a great era for video games. SNES, PS1, Nintendo Game Boy, Nintendo 64, Sega Dreamcast, and Sega Saturn were all released in the last decade of the 20th century. If we were to add to this by listing all the great games and franchises that were released and started in the 90’s, we’d be writing until next week. The highlight of the 90s though was Chex Quest, one of the greatest cult classics of the decade and the first game ever offered in a cereal box. Right, Chex Ques It is now available on the Nintendo Switch, or more specifically, a remake of the 1996 game is now available via the Nintendo eShop. However, unlike the PC version, the Switch version is not free. Rather, it will cost Switch users $ 5,

Originally developed by Digital Café and published by General Mills, the remake was re-released in 2020 via developers Team Chex Quest HD and Flight School Studio. Like the original, the remake was published by General Mills. That said, it was only released on PC via Steam. Nintendo Switch is the first console the game has arrived on.

“ Chex Quest HD is a modern multiplayer remake of the classic 1996 FPS advergame of the same name,” reads an official pitch of the game. “The Intergalactic Snack Federation outpost on the remote planet of Bazoik has been overrun by evil grain-eating creatures from another dimension! These slimy “Phlemoids” have captured the citizens of Bazoik and it is up to you and the Chex Mix Squadron to free them. Fortunately, you have a handy range of “zorching” devices that can send these invaders back to their native dimension so you can succeed in your mission.”

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Brent Dubin
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